Stoughton company to invest in Beloit plant

Stoughton-based Universal Acoustic & Emission Technology Inc., will invest more than $3 million to improve its plant in Beloit.

 

“Universal has demonstrated its commitment to Wisconsin and will validate some new technology applications through this investment,” said Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. “This investment in Beloit strengthens Wisconsin’s leadership in power and control manufacturing.”

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) made the company eligible for Development Opportunity Zone tax credits to assist in the project.

Established in 1959, Universal AET conducts business on a global platform from its headquarters in Stoughton. With particular expertise in diesel engine and gas turbine applications, Universal also specializes in providing customized solutions for each project, based on a client’s unique application and design requirements. In addition to these services, the company offers standard lines of products for blowers, engines, fans, compressors and other industrial products requiring silencing or air filtration.
 

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